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Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian at Google Cloud Next 2019

Google kept unencrypted, plaintext copies of some G suite business customer passwords on its servers for more than ten years

The implementation error causing the issue happened 2005 and according to TechCrunch, wasn't discovered until April of this year.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano

The Trump administration is trying to persuade DHS cybersecurity experts to go on ‘short-term deployments’ to the US-Mexico border despite...

The Trump administration is trying to get cybersecurity experts to go on "short-term deployments" to the US-Mexico border at a time when cybersecurity and election interference are top concerns.
U.S. President Trump.

Trump declares a national emergency, which could set up a huge blow to China’s Huawei

The executive order, signed Wednesday, is expected to precede a ban on US firms doing business with the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei.
Crowdstrike CEO George Kurtz.

$3.4 billion cybersecurity company CrowdStrike has filed to go public

CapitalG and Accel-backed Crowdstrike publicly filed its S-1 on Tuesday.

Amazon reveals it was a target of ‘extensive’ fraud affecting seller accounts

Money for loans intended to be sent from Amazon to third-party sellers was redirected by malicious actors, the company said in a UK filing.

Eventbrite’s shares are plunging after its losses tripled last quarter

Eventbrite's shares plunged more than 30% after the events platform's losses more than tripled in the first quarter of 2019.

Top Wall Street CEOs keep saying their No. 1 fear is a cyberattack that’ll take down the financial system

CEOs of some of Wall Street's biggest firms highlight cyberattacks as the top threat to the financial system.
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei.

Explosive report claims Europe’s biggest phone company found ‘backdoors’ in Huawei equipment

Vodafone and Huawei dispute the report, saying the vulnerabilities were resolved at the time.
A "USB Killer" device on Amazon with the "Amazon's Choice" badge.

A former student returned to his college and fried $51,000 worth of computers using a simple device you can easily buy online

"USB killer" devices can be bought on Amazon; one of them even has an "Amazon's Choice" badge.